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The Los Angeles Dodgers are having a hard time winning on the field, but superstar center fielder Matt Kemp has won the hearts of fans around the world after video of his act of kindness went viral.
During the Dodgers' game against the Giants in San Francisco on Sunday, Kemp learned of a terminally ill, wheelchair-bound boy who was a huge Dodger fan and considered Kemp his favorite player. After the game, he met the boy, first signing a ball for him, then taking off his cap and jersey and giving it to the boy, and finally, untying his cleats and handing those over, too.
Kemp was surprised that the video had gone viral, saying on Tuesday, "I didn't know that anybody was filming it…It's just something I felt probably would have cheered him up a little bit. Help him out a little bit. I just did it. Hopefully that made that kid's day."